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|Native name||मीना खडीकर|
|Birth name||Meena Mangeshkar|
|Born||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Genres||Folk, Indian classical music|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, playback singer|
Meena Khadikar is an Indian Marathi and Hindi language playback singer and composer. She is the second eldest daughter of Pt. Deenanath Mangeshkar and sister of the famous singers Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar and Hridaynath Mangeshkar.
Meena has done playback singing for several Marathi and Hindi films, such as Farmaysh in 1953. She is also popular for composing various children's songs. In 1973, her composition of the Marathi song "Asawa Sunder Chocolatecha Bangla" was released and was sung by her son Yogesh. The song became popular with kids and was also recorded in Gujarati and Bengali languages. The Gujarati version was sung by Shivangi Kolhapure and Sameer Rathod, brother of singer Sunali Rathod. And the Bengali version was recorded by siblings Shaan and Sagarika. She is also the composer of another popular song "Saang Saang Bholanaath".
She has performed with her siblings and also sung the compositions of her brother. Her husband died around 2011.
- "Ye Javali Ghe Priyasakhaya Bhagavanta" – Mansala Pankh Astat Composer Meena Mangeshkar Singer Lata Mangeshkar
- "Bavarle Mi Bavarle"- Ek Hota Raja Best of the Song
- "Phagun Aaya" – Pilpili Saheb
- "Hai Mausam Yeh Mastaana Muskuraana Dil Churaana" – Aabroo
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